“Because they were holding on to something.

What are we holding on to, Sam?

That there’s some good in this world, Mr. Frodo.

And it’s worth fighting for.”

– Samwise G.

Before I became a film major, I was very heavily into social science,

I had done a lot of sociology, anthropology, and I was playing

in what I call social psychology, which is sort of an

offshoot of anthropology/sociology - looking at a culture as a living organism, why it does what it does.

- George Lucas

Visual   Anthropology...?


My first ever feature-length documentary, “Food: Connections Across Borders”. A 45 minute comparative film focussing on food systems in both Oregon and Ecuador. Major themes that emerge in the film include mono-cropping, food security, food sovereignty, the history of the global food system, indigenous sovereignty, the industrial food system and more.